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Scream 3 - Self Healing Door
At the beginning when the killer is attacking Cottons girlfriend she goes into an office type of room. When she shuts the door and locks it the killer begins to stab through the door. When they show a view of the door from the inside of the room there is a huge hole big enough to stick an arm into. Then when Cotton gets home he walks up to that same door, and there's only 5 little marks in it. Very weird
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Adam on 07-28-2001
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ScreamQueen writes:
In response to the comment, the reason that the hole seemed to get bigger and then smaller was because they shot three different beginnings. In the first beginning, as I stated in an earlier slip-up, Cotton was supposed to try to escape out of a skylight and then get pulled down and then stabbed. The other beginning didn't even have Kelly Rutherford in the beginning. Instead, her dead body falls out of the closet and Cotton gets a call from inside the house before finding her. Parts of the original beginning ended up in the final version of the film. This is the same reason that the skylight appears in the one shot, and not in the others, and also the same reason that there are different hole sizes in the door.
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Dees Nuts writes:
There is a hole, but not big enough to get an arm through. When Cotton comes home and looks at the door, there does not seem to be a hole, but it may have 'sealed up' when the knife was pulled out. It is true that the killer stabs the knife through the door once, then in the next shot immediately after, there are multiple holes.
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